Discover the Chaco National Park, a world of lush vegetation and wild nature, find wonders that will surprise you, and invite you to explore wild landscapes, intense colors, and amazing sounds.

The Chaco National Park is a protected natural area located in the province of Chaco in Argentina. Its objective is the conservation of the environment of the eastern zone of the Chaco, characterized by its lagoons and jungle vegetation alternated with palm groves and wetlands; These environments are developed in the park around the course of the Negro River, which crosses the eastern sector of the park. The national park has 14,981 hectares. The climate is subtropical with no dry season.

Tips: Fans of bird watching do not forget to visit the Hanging Bridge. The park has camping areas.

Photo: @turismochaco @visitargentina